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The Night Sister: A Novel - Jennifer McMahon
The Night Sister: A Novel
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3.76 135
Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 9780385538510 (0385538510)
ASIN: 0385538510
Publisher: Doubleday
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
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Lavender
Lavender rated it
2.0 Jennifer McMahon - The Night Sister
I loved "Winter People" but this book did not work for me. I was, despite my knowing about the author, that this book would find a solution in a more realistic way. I did not like the end. I missed tension. It was rather boring. I mixed up all those girls and timelines all the time. This is a weir...
Cheri's Book Blog
Cheri's Book Blog rated it
4.0 Good and Creepy!
This is my second book by the author. I enjoyed my first endeavor, The Winter People, but I liked this one so much more. The characters were easy to connect with and there were plenty of twists and turns. And it had a good creepy feel like I used to enjoy when I read old Stephen King books back in t...
Casual Debris
Casual Debris rated it
3.5 The Night Sister by Jennifer McMahon
From Casual Debris. Jennifer McMahon's The Night Sister is a construct of two prime elements: plot and character. The two are entirely intertwined; just as character relies on plot for its development, characterization is also limited as a result of plot requirements. This produces unevenness as s...
So many books, so little times
So many books, so little times rated it
2.0
Arg! So disappointing! The sad thing was that I had a feeling it wouldn't get better but I kept with it in hopes that it would! It never did. This the second book from her that I felt so disappointing. I'm really surprised to see all the five star reviews of this book. While it kept my attention, th...
A Tale of Two Pages
A Tale of Two Pages rated it
4.0 The Night Sister: A Novel
What a book! This book is destined to take you on a crazy ride!Rose is convinced her sister is shape-shifting, a mare, as her Oma calls it. As she explains what a mare is and what they are capable of, she becomes more and more convinced that her sister Sylvie is a mare. As the story unfolds, it foll...
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